Got 7 photos that you want on a scrapbook page? We’ve got single and double page layouts for your inspiration.
Katie Scott says, “I made a collage of 7 photos with the photo of my son holding the flamingo feather as the focal photo. He was wearing a Mario Bros t-shirt which I wanted to cover up so I put the actual feathers over it.”
“I matted the photo collage on a blue cardstock and used that as a pocket for the page and I tucked the Busch Gardens map behind the flamingo embellishment.”
Tara McKernin says, “This is a layout I made featuring our holiday decor for my Project Life album.”
“I featured one enlarged photo on the left side of the layout, and made a grid collage of the other 6 photos on the facing page. I played around with a few main photos but I loved my snowman photo best. When putting my photos together it was like quilting : I played with what I had to see what worked best.”
Adriana Puckett says, “This layout captures some of our favorite scenes from the past summer. I prefer two-page layouts for this many photos. It provides plenty of room for the pictures, journaling, and white space.”
Adriana used two grids on “The Best Days.” There’s a grid of journaling bits on the left with titlework and a circular photo layered over it. The 2 by 3 grid of photos on the right is broken up with the top row slid to the left.
Jana Morton got seven photos onto a single page with one enlarged shot running the height of the page and the smaller photos arranged in two strips of three each.
Marie-Pierre Capistran says, “This is a layout I made about my favourite moments of our last Disney trip. I wanted to put a lot of stuff on the page–photos, journaling, patterned paper, and ephemera–and so made my photos small (4 by 3.5″).”
“My goal was to show the best moments of our trip by treating the 7 photos equally. I mounted each with a narrow white mat to help them stand out and clustered each with relevant journaling.”
Adryane Driscoll says, “This page is about my children’s experience with a replica steam engine.”
“I opted for a two-page layout with my favorite photo taking up one page and supporting photos on the opposite page. The supporting photos go from edge-to-edge with some overlap onto my focal photo. For added interest I framed three of the supporting photos in black. The metal frames work well with the theme of the page and the main color of the engine. I have the small train photo on the left page and the focal photo on the right heading into the grouping of other photos. I think this provides an easy path for following all of the photos.”
Stefanie Semple says, “Hubby and I escaped the kids to spend 4 nights at a game park shown on this page.”
Stefanie grouped her seven photos in two groups – a group of four is in a 2 by 2 grid and shows the venue. The second grouping, of 3, is clustered with one larger photo and two smaller photos and shows the 5-star foods they ate.
Christy Strickler says, “My son asked for a helicopter ride for his birthday as a gift to the whole family and this page records the outing.”
“I chose the photos for the page based upon how i wanted to tell the story. I included photos of us preparing for flight, in flight, and the landscape we saw. Two larger photos show the helicopter and the view and a strip of smaller photos shows the details of the trip.”
Sue Althouse says, “This page is about my dad showing his grandsons how to fly a kite.”
“To create this layout, I arranged the photos and journaling block on the first page, then placed the same size photos in opposing corners on the second page. There is not one focal point photo. Instead, the first page shows the boys unsuccessfully trying to fly their kite and on the second page it’s grandpa to the rescue! This photo placement depicts the story in my journaling.”